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Kinder Egg

Kinder Egg, also known as a Kinder surprise, is a children's confection in the form of a chocolate egg containing a small toy to be constructed by the aforementioned child or possibly a supervising adult.

Kinder Surprise originated in 1974 in Italy. The manufacturer is Ferrero[?].

They are not suitable for children under the age of 3 due to the small parts which may be ingested or inhaled.

A relatively new innovation, triggered by the advent of the Internet, is the introduction of 'Internet surprises'. Accompanying the toy is a small slip containing a 'Magicode'. For further details, or to utilise your Magicode, consult The Magic Kinder Website (http://www.magic-kinder.com).

Milk Chocolate contains: Cocoa solids (30%), Milk solids (20%) Interior Ingredients: Skimmed Milk Powder, Sugar, Vegetable Fats, Concentrated Butter, Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin), Flavourings

Overall, Milk solids 32% and Cocoa solids 13%, so not as much as you'd expect. The egg weighs 20g and the toy confomrs to EN71, BS5665 (Specialised technology recsources UK Ltd). Distributed by Ferrero Uk Ltd, Awberry Court, WD1 8YJ

"Milk Chocolate shell with milky white lining containing toy. Mainly in kit form."



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